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ITALY Successful and well known language school is situated between Milan and Turin, opened in 1972 is now for sale due to retirement. Comment?
IT is often one of the first questions for Rundle Place centre manager Justin Dangerfield - any relation to star Crows midfielder Patrick? So here it is: Justin Dangerfield's grandfather played footy for Port Adelaide in the 1930s, his dad played Amateur League for Walkerville while Justin himself played about "140 of the worst ever odd amateur ... (more) Comment?
In the artificial silence of transoceanic flights I often look at those around me and wonder: Who are the tourists and who are the travelers? There is a difference. Comment?
Dan Brown's new novel, Inferno - its name borrowed from and its plot built around Dante Alighieri's 14th century epic poem of that title - will no doubt be the bestselling novel of the summer, if not the year. Comment?
Thomson Lakes & Mountains is part of TUI Travel PLC and is the largest holiday company in Europe, delivering outstanding holidays across the Continent. Comment?
American artist Charles Ray's eight-foot-tall sculpture "The Boy with a Frog" that stood at the entrance to the Grand Canal for the last four years has been removed by order of the city council. Comment?
Eighty-nine percent of the Centenary College of Louisiana students studying abroad this summer are taking advantage of Passport Points they earned throughout the year by attending campus and community events. Comment?
CHICAGO - Navy Pier, the highly commercialized tourist attraction jutting into Lake Michigan, will take on a more park-like feel under the first phase of redevelopment plans to be formally announced Friday morning. Comment?
Having your Drexel co-op in Italy is amazing, but having your Drexel co-op in Italy while working for an Italian football team is just incredible. Comment?
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Early reviews of Dan Brown's fast-paced fourth book in "The Da Vinci Code" series labeled it a "clunky" page-turner that will nevertheless delight his fans. Comment?
It's been nine years since Latvia became a member of the European Union, the event that opened the local people's vision to a broader horizon and plenty of new opportunities. Comment?
Nike's We Own The Night run series kicks off May 18 in London's Victoria Park, uniting thousands of female runners in a celebration of sport, style, design and culture. Comment?
Dan Brown's new book, Inferno, which is released this week, is anticipated to be as thrilling and gripping as his previous international blockbusters, The Da Vinci Code, Angels and Demons and The Lost Symbol. Comment?
It's been a peripatetic few years for the artist Jonathan Harris . Much of it was spent in Siglufjorour, Iceland, where Harris lived in a church, before swapping his sanctified surroundings for a rustic cabin in Oregon. Comment?
We may not have a new version of Android to drool over, but at least we've got more feature-filled, better-looking maps. Comment?
This Sunday May 12, 2013 photo shows AC Milan players Kevin Prince Boateng, left, and Mario Balotelli looking at the stands during the stop of the Serie A soccer match between AC Milan and AS Roma, at Milan's San Siro Stadium. Comment?
The International Council of Museums encourages museums everywhere on the planet to join in the recognition that "Museums are an important means of cultural exchange, enrichment of cultures and development of mutual understanding, cooperation and peace among peoples." Surely, such a lofty goal calls for wearing a special t-shirt when visiting a ... (more) Comment?
The Castello Nuovo served as the starting point for the Giro d'Italia, but it remained a tourist destination as well as a watering hole for the locals of Napoli. Comment?
Welcome to "What Everyone's Buying," a new series on souvenirs, wherein we investigate what tourist trinkets are the hottest selling in hotspots around the world. Comment?